Net Worth: $4.5 Million
- Full Name David Williams
- Nationality Australian
- Occupation sculptor and singer
About David Williams
David Williams is a sculptor and singer, and an artist who is based in Australia. He has a net worth of $4.5 Million as of March 2012. His sculptures and paintings have been used in various places in Australia.
His family occupation was sculpting and from a young age he took it up as well. He is not a trained singer. He picked up songs that his grandmother hummed. His work came to prominence in 2009, when the Singapore Government entrusted him with the job of coming up with paintings on buses for the Jurong Birdpark. The “Placebo Soup” sculpture made by him found a buyer in the annual fundraiser hosted by the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society. His limited edition artwork of “Man Eating Shark” raised $800 for the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society in 2010. His new collection was unveiled in the Red Hill Gallery in Brisbane in 2010.
David’s artwork is found in galleries across New Zealand, Singapore, USA, Brisbane and Broome. He has had an exhibition titled “Dayzzz of the Dead”, Brisbane Radio ZZZ at the Inspire Gallery West End. He has made his millions through his sheer hard work and creative thinking. He is one of the most popular Australian artists and sculptures of our times.
Born in Rockhampton of Queensland in Australia, he was raised initially in the New South Wales. He is a native Australian and his family used to live in a shack. He has certainly come a long way from there. Austrade has selected David Williams as one of the artists who will represent Australia at world events for art and sculpture.